McIlroy, Scheffler and Rahm do not get off the podium

The Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy (8.76 average points), the American Scottie Scheffler (8.05) and the Spanish John Rahm (7.91) did not get off the podium of the world golf classification that, this week, does not present changes in the composition of the top10.

The greatest leap is made by English Justin Rose, who ended this Monday with more than four years without a title by winning the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, after strong wind and rain prevented the tournament from closing on Sunday.

Rose, Olympic champion in Rio 2016 and who has a ‘Major’ (2013 US Open) in his record, celebrated his eleventh title on the PGA circuit and number 25 of his career, after breaking a winning drought that had lasted since on January 27, 2019 when he won the Farmers Insurance Open. This victory also allows him to jump from position 71 to 35.

After Rahm, the Chilean Joaquín Niemann (position 23, 3.21), the Mexican Abraham Ancer (26, 2.74), the Chilean Guillermo Mito Pereira (45, 1.98), appear in the top 100. the Spaniards Adrián Otaegui (74, 1.48), Adri Arnaus (79, 1.46) and Pablo Larrazábal (82, 1.43), the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz (93, 1.36) and the Argentine Emiliano Grillo (97, 1.33).



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